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Vichy France

"To Saint-Yves d'Alveydre the Templars stood for a policy of federation and universal peace which went back to the Carolingians of the early Middle Ages. Like many French conservative thinkers, including (many years after him) Charles de Gaulle, he felt that the ancien regime in France had take a wrong turning, responsible for its later catastrophe, which he could identify. Unfortunately his choice of the Templars as a solution to the supposed riddle of the French monarchy was wrong; they had performed none of the functions that he attributed to them, and his speculations about them were daydreams added to the old fantasies of Aroux. [who had portrayed the Middle Ages as having been penetrated by a vast Manichaean conspiracy]."

"The Vichy regime legislated against Freemasonry, and co-operated with the Germans in identifying and acting against Masons. But, even within the regime itself, people were very doubtful that Freemasonry had genuinely been banished. In the so-called 'Chavin Report', which seems to have originated from within or near government circles, allegations were made that large number of people in responsible positions belonged to Masonic political groups called 'synarchist' which had been in existence since the 1920s. These synarchists were supposed to have been inspired in part by the doctrine of Saint-Yves d'Alveydre. They were represented as a group of influential politicians, businessmen, and so-called 'technocrats' who had been plotting to seize power ever since a reputed 'Synarchist Revolutionary Pact' of 1922." - Peter Partner, The Murdered Magicians

During second world war in France, a recent grand master of the Prieure de Sion, M. Plantard, was grand master of Alpha Galantes. "He hinted that beneath its pro-Vichy and Petainist patina, Vaincre [the journal of Alpha Galantes] contained coded messages and instruction which would have been decipherable only to the Resistance....Vaincre had been printed by Poirier Murat, Chevalier of the Legion d'Honneur, holder of the Medaille Militaire and officer in the French Resistance." "According to Vaincre and Alpha Galantes, chivalry was to be the instrument of national renewal for France: '...a chivalry is indispensable because our country cannot be reborn except through its knights.'"

In the fifth issue of Vaincre, dated 21 January 1943, "a great German, one of the Masters in our Order" is quoted as saying: "It is therefore with total confidence that I depart to perform my mission; for while not deluding myself about the perils I run in discharging my duty, I know that until my last breath my watchword will consist in recognition of Alpha and fidelity to its chief." "This statement is ascribed to Hans von Moltke, a career diplomat" and "also a cousin of Claus von Stauffenberg.... Helmut James von Moltke, together with Peter Yorck von Wartenburg, was the leader of the so-called Kreisau Circle, the civilian wing of the German Resistance to Hitler." Both Alpha Galantes and the Kreisau Circle "were intent on youth movements and on mobilizing the resources of European youth. Both insisted on a moral and spiritual renewal - an opposition, in Moltke's words, 'based on fundamental principles'. Both were essentially chivalric in their orientation. And both were dedicated to the eventual creation of a United States of Europe." - Baigent and Leigh, Holy Blood and Holy Grail

 

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